Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Tips to keep your pooch safe during the holiday……

Keep your dog safe during the Holidays and especially with Thanksgiving. The best way to feed your dog, is all raw and they can eat raw bones too.:
I’m sure my two will become a couple of begging
fools once the aroma of
the turkey starts wafting thru the house!


Katie Mansfield said...

Thanks for sharing. I also read recently that dogs can't have grapes or raisins. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Great tips Des. At our Thanksgiving celebration there will be over 50 people and 4 dogs!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Red Rose Alley said...

I don't have a dog, but I'm definitely passing this on to Nel. That you for sharing this.

Happy Thanksgiving, Deserae. May you be surrounded with lots of family, love, and food!

love, ~Sheri

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Great tips! A few years ago when I hosted Thanksgiving I gave Bailey the skin to eat not knowing it was so bad for her. She was so sick and we had to take her to the ER. Not a fun way to end the holiday. She will never get that stuff to eat again!

Sheila Irwin said...

Thanks for the tips Des. I had no idea about sage! In fact, my new pup had an upset tummy last week and he had been eating my sage plant outside! Now I wonder if that was why!

Happy Thanksgiving!j


Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

Such good tips! Thanks for sharing!